It never ends, I am knee deep into a project, and a realize I need something to complete the project that I do not currently have.
I've ripped out the old ceiling fan (a brass and white carcass, I might add, circa early 1990's) and only the old bracket remains still stuck in the ceiling. I removed one of the two screws holding the old bracket in...
and the other one won't budge.
I try the screwdriver,
I try the now charged cordless drill on reverse...with NO success.
I need a man.
I need a man with man like muscles to remove this screw, but he is out of town. I have to, once again, put the brakes on this project until my man returns from out of town.
That was mid July.
It is now mid August, and my man has been home for a month of Sundays and still has to remove this screw from the bracket. This is a prime example of why I am the one who tackles any projects around this house. My man has zero motivation for home improvement. If it works, it is fine and if it doesn't, that's okay too, but we might need to "call somebody".
So today, my man says to me "Is there anything we NEED to do today", and I say "YES, please get that screw outta the fan bracket" (for the 10th time in 4 weeks)and he says to me...
Hopefully, my next post will announce the successful installation of said ceiling fan...
Until I realize I need something else to complete this project.